What the Quebec City Mosque Shooting Means for Muslims in America
by Billy Roper
The shooting deaths of several Muslims by two other Muslims Sunday night during an evening prayer service at a mosque in Quebec City has shaken the entire Islamic community in North America, sources say. Many others were injured at the religious center, where a severed pig’s head was left as a warning to Muslims by other Muslims last year. It was a warning, unfortunately, that seems to have gone unheeded.
Muslim religious leaders and community spokesmen, speaking on condition of anonymity, told DTM News after the attack that the shooting at the Quebec City Islamic Cultural Center located in the Sainte-Foy neighborhood represented, quote, “more violence than any of them had seen back home” in the countries they had left posing as war refugees.
“This is worse than Syria,” Imam Mohammed Bin Goatfuqhuer of the Al Be-Sploahdein mosque in New York City did go on record as saying in response to the shootings. “We might as well go back where things are peaceful and quiet.”
Early Monday morning, ISIS recruiters began using the mosque attack online as an incentive to get young Muslims males in America to join their cause. “You are safer with your own people than among the infidels,” one radical cleric in Mosul tweeted. “At least here the faithful are too afraid to fight back, Allah be praised.”
Al Jizzerah reported from Istanbul that flights full of Muslims evacuating both Canada and the United States have already begun arriving at the international airport there, frightening the local camel population. In a related story, incidents of rape and domestic abuse fell sharply throughout Canada and the United States overnight, according to the F.B.I., whose agents were seen helping some Muslim families pack.
President Trump, using ten subsequent twitter messages at three a.m., stated that he had no desire to hurtfully divide people’s families, that would be wrong, so in the interests of their own security it was probably best if not only all of the survivors of the mosque shooting returned to their country of origin, but also all of their sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins, wives, and any unmolested household pets. At least, he went on to tweet, until the feeling of distrust against Muslims currently pervasive in North America passed. Any household pets which had already been molested could still apply for immediate refugee status, a White House spokesman has confirmed.
The thousands of protesters who had previously gathered at airports nationwide to demonstrate against the so-called ban on Muslims from seven key Islamic nations changed their chants while flights to Tehran, Mogadishu, and Baghdad sold out, screaming “Muslims want to decapitate fags, please allow more carry-on bags!”. American Airlines, however, stood firmly by their policy of two wives per passenger in overhead bins.
Meanwhile, the two Muslims arrested for the shooting attack on their fellow Muslims at the Quebec City mosque were publicly thanked by President Trump, for helping to make his point.
Up Next, a reaction from the President of the U-haul truck rental company, where initial concern over the proverbial explosion of Muslims seeking moving vans has now shifted into relief.